Queen’s aide tests positive for coronavrius at Buckingham Palace

Queen Elizabeth II moves out of Buckingham palace as aide testes positive for coronavirus

The Queen will certainly be listening to the PM's self-isolation advice after it was confirmed that her son, Prince Charles has tested positive for COVID-19.

It will be the fourth time that Queen Elizabeth II will deliver a recorded-type of a message in her 68-years reign in the British Royal Family. All the people who were in contact with the aide need to be in self-isolation, Mirror reports. "The Queen wants to get it right", a source told Sunday Times. "The palace has 500 members of staff, so, like any workplace, it's not inconceivable it would be affected at some stage", an insider revealed.

A Buckingham Palace spokesman has said: 'Her Majesty The Queen remains in good health.

The 71-year-old is displaying mild symptoms of COVID-19 "but otherwise remains in good health", Clarence House said in a statement.

Following her arrival to Windsor, the Queen released a statement acknowledging that many families around the world "are entering a period of great concern and uncertainty". The Sun was the first to report that Queen Elizabeth II moved from the location due to its status as a high-traffic area, especially among tourists.

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In response to a question about the Queen's upcoming address, a palace source told The Telegraph: "It is a question of when, not if".

Final week, the Queen addressed the coronavirus pandemic, saying, "As [my husband] Philip and I arrive at Windsor at this time, we all know that many people and households throughout the United Kingdom, and world wide, are getting into a interval of nice concern and uncertainty".

The U.K. government's advice to avoid mass gatherings has led to the postponement of the famous ceremonial Changing of the Guard at Buckingham Palace, St. James's Palace and Windsor Castle, Buckingham Palace announced last week. "Like numerous population, this is one of the ways she will try and keep in touch with her family and friends", the insider revealed. One creative Twitter user even imagined the beloved Queen in coordinating face masks to remind us all to stay safe and take precautions.

When appearing on the "Heir Podcast", Arbiter said that many find a sense of comfort when they hear from the monarch regarding various issues, adding that she is a "beacon of stability".

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